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Thewoodman: Obama always has been a great orator. He can arose a crowd every time. The problem is that the words he speaks always seem like he is reflecting on his own actions of dividing America by race, pitting one group against another, keeping those in poverty in poverty, disrespecting our friends and enabling our enemies like Iran. However, let's turn to the BIGGEST NEWS FROM YESTERDAY. When Trump said, with tongue in cheek, that it would be great if Russia found Hillary's 33,000 missing E-mails, She and her campaign immediately, finally admitted that doing so would be a breach of security because he is advocating exposing classified information, if they did recover the destroyed, personal E-mails she wiped from her server. Hillary admits that the 33,000 E-mails were not personal at all, but extremely reveling of her corruption and lies. Thank you Hillary for admitting you are not fit to be president.